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The Genetic Background of Crohn's Disease - Basic Genetic Definitions and the Gene CARD15 Genetyczne podłoże choroby Leśniowskiego−Crohna - podstawowe pojęcia z zakresu genetyki i gen CARD15

@inproceedings{Neubauer2007TheGB,
  title={The Genetic Background of Crohn's Disease - Basic Genetic Definitions and the Gene CARD15 Genetyczne podłoże choroby Leśniowskiego−Crohna - podstawowe pojęcia z zakresu genetyki i gen CARD15},
  author={K. Neubauer},
  year={2007}
}
The complicated etiopathogenesis of Crohn’s disease includes a genetic background. Many epidemiological stud− ies show geographical, racial, and ethnic differences in disease prevalence as well as familial occurrence. A genet− ic background is currently confirmed by molecular studies. The first gene identified as a “susceptibility” gene of Crohn’s disease was NOD2/CARD15. This paper explains the basic genetic definitions and the role of the CARD15 gene (Adv Clin Exp Med 2007, 16, 5, 689–694). 
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